And good reason for it.
Billionaire Warren Buffett will pitch his fellow wealthy businessmen on investing in Israel bonds as a financially and morally worthy investment.
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett will travel to New York this week to help Israel sell government bonds.
“If you are looking for brains, energy and dynamism in the Middle East, Israel is the only place you need to go,” Buffett said in 2013.
American billionaire Warren Buffett is donating $10 million to Rambam Hospital in Haifa.
Warren Buffett, the investment oracle from Omaha, is in love with the Israeli economy. He made a $2 billion bet on Iscar, a toolmaking firm.
President Obama has suggested trimming tax benefits for charities. Despite howls of protest, one conservative lauds the plan for leveling the playing field with corporations.
Warren Buffett caused a stir by demanding higher taxes for the mega-rich like himself. Wealthy Jews like George Soros and Edgar Bronfman agree with his common-sense advice.
“So Much for Controlling the Media” was the headline on Heeb’s recent obituary for its own print product. But the latest issue of Vanity Fair offers evidence to the contrary; with Jews dominating that magazine’s annual index of the 100 most influential moguls, our grip seems secure as ever.
Late last week, in response to a campaign by Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, high profile Jewish philanthropists Eli and Edythe Broad publicly pledged to give away 75% of their $5.7 billion fortune. As part of an initiative that aims to increase philanthropy among the wealthiest Americans, Gates and Buffett have challenged the super-rich to join them in donating more than half of their money to charities and other not-for-profit causes.